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Cluster Computing

, Volume 22, Supplement 4, pp 9825–9835 | Cite as

Enhanced channel allocation scheme for cross layer management in wireless network based on interference management

  • K. V. RukmaniEmail author
  • N. Nagarajan
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Abstract

The entire spectrum of communication in networks relies on transmitting data from node to node in a scalable manner. Though elastic nature of networks is made possible through protocols and communication, it still remains an open question of how different applications can work together. Hence though a proper channel allocation, it can provide services to users thereby taking care of the application level requirements. This paper proposes an enhanced channel allocation using the strengths of cross layer functionalities. The proposed formulae enhance the cross layer handling considering the interference issues in the wireless network. The proposed algorithm, simulated for the wireless network for different range of nodes and performance, is presented based on routing overhead, packet loss, packet delivery ratio, average delay, energy consumption, and throughput. It is concluded from the results that the performance of the wireless network is improved by using the proposed cross layer technique.

Keywords

Cross layer technique Delay Congestion Cluster head 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Coimbatore Institute of Engineering and TechnologyCoimbatoreIndia

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